(London, United Kingdom--January 30, 2014) BTV Post was thrilled to work with Globe on Screen on three titles from Shakespeare’s Globe’s 2013 theatre season.
The titles; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Macbeth
and The Tempest
are set to come out in cinemas in April 2014 through Arts Alliance Media.
, mastering and deliverables including conversion for cinema were completed at the Soho facility of BTV Post.
Grading was completed by Ian Grey
, Colourist and Online Editor for BTV Post with mastering and deliverables handled by BTV Post’s digital media services department.
The productions are three of William Shakespeare’s most popular works, and look set to be an event cinema hit in 2014.
About BTV Post
BTV Post is a cutting-edge production facility, offering post-production, digital media solutions, and video editing services. A specialist in HD, 3D, and 4K content, BTV Post delivers on behalf of the world's most prominent production companies across all genres, standards, and formats. In 2004 it opened its doors to Brighton's creative and digital media community, growing rapidly to attract an international client base, as well as a diverse range of creative producers around the world. In 2010 BTV Post opened a second facility in London, Soho, aimed at putting it at the forefront of stereoscopic 3D, digital media services, and traditional post-production. More information is available at http://www.btvpost.com
About Shakespeare’s Globe
From modest beginnings, Shakespeare’s Globe has become one of the most popular visitor destinations in the UK, at the heart of the regeneration of London’s Bankside. Shakespeare’s Globe is a UK charity and continues to operate without annual government funding.
Under the leadership of Artistic Director Dominic Dromgoole, the Globe Theatre season plays in repertory from April to October annually, and has gained an international reputation for performance excellence, welcoming over one million visitors annually. The recent addition to the Shakespeare’s Globe complex of the indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, which opened on 9 January 2014, will allow Shakespeare’s Globe to present plays all year round. More information is available at http://www.shakespearesglobe.com